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GLOCK Semiautomatic 
"SAFE ACTION" Pistols 



GLOCK 17, 19, 20, 
21,22,23&17L 



January 1992 



GLOCK 

ARMORER'S 

MANUAL 




PERFECTION 



GLOCK 17-Besf Pistol Award of Merit GLOCK 17 NATO Stock 

S^eriin Firearms industry 1987 No. 1005/25/133/6775 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



L Introduction ^5 

Exploded Drawings ond Partj List ^_ 6 

rL Safety ^ g 

Sa^efy D^vic^s— Trigger Salery, Finng F^n Soiety, 

Soiety Function of the Trigger Mechomsm Housmg 8 

III* Technical Data— Specifications TO 

IVi Ammunition Specifications 

for Glock Pistols . 1 2 

V. Field Stripping 13 

Magazine Removal „ ._^^_^-,^^ 14 

Slide Removol , 15 

Barrel Removal , . ^ 1 6 

Magoiirte Diios^en^bly ^ T 5 

VI. Preventative Maintenance , 19 

Cleaning the Field Stripped Firearm , ^ 1 9 

LLjhricahan -_- 20 

Function Testing the Trigger Safety 21 

Function Testing ihe Firing Pin Safefy ^ - 21 

VII. SItde Disassembly . 22 

Firing Pin Assembly Remova J ^ 23 

ExrracTor Removal ^ 24 

Firing Pm Assembly Disossembly , 26 

VIJL Receiver Disassembly 27 

Trigger Pin RemovaJ . 2fl 

Slide Slap lever Removal 28 

Locking Block Removal _^ 29 

Tngger Mechanism Housing Pin Removol 29 

Trigger Assembfy Removal ™ _ -_ 30 

Trigger Assembly Take-down 31 

New York Trigger Spnng 33 

Slide Lock Removal- . 3J 

Slide Lock Spring Removal . 34 

Magazine Calch Removal 35 

Mogaime Catch Spring Removd. 35 

IX^ Reassembly Procedures ^ 36 

X. Front and Rear Sight 

Removal & Installation . 38 

Front Sight Removoi 38 

Front Sight InstoHarion ^^ 38 

Rear Sigh* Removal , ^ 38 

Rear Sight In^fol lotion 38 

Sight Insltalla+ion Device 39 

Service Procedures and Trouble Shooting^ 42 

GJock Perls and Accessarres" Glock 17 -.■ , AA 

Giock PorFsond Accessories: Glotk 17L . 45 

Glotk Parts ond Accessories. Glocit 19 ^ ^^_,_^^_^„,__„ 46 

Clock Pans and Accessories: Glock 20 47 

Clock Parrs and Accessories- Glock 21 48 

Glock Parts and Accessories: Glock ?2 , 49 

Glack Parts and Accessaries: Giock 23 „^ 50 



CLOCK "SAFE ACTION" PISTOLS 




GLOCK 17 



^ms 




GLOCK 19 




GLOCK 20 




GLOCK 21 




GLOCK 22 




GLOCK 23 




GLOCK 17L 



THIS ARMORER'S MANUAL IS TO BE 
SUPPLEMENTED BY TECHNICAL BULLETINS 



Infomolion and Specifications contained ^villiir 
this manual moy change withoui notification. 

This monual provides basic service and back- 
up information for certified CLOCK armorers, 
ond is not intended for use by other people. 

Certification con only be gronted by CLOCK 
offer attending o CLOCK ormorer's schooL 

GLOCK connot be held responsible for any 
misinterpretation of the instructions in this 
monuol that con Feod to improper functioning 
of the pistol. 

Por additional informotion and service guide- 
lines contact GLOCK for your neorest certiRed 
■field representative. 



I. INTRODUaiON 



All GLOCK pistoU are o pro- 
duct of modern technology, 
incorporating mony innovative 
design features which result ii\ 
ease of operotion, extreme reli- 
ability, simple function, reduced 
maintenance, durability and 
light weight, Mr, CLOCK was 
the first person to successfjlfy 
produce a polymer handgun 
receiver ond marry it to a 
strong, oJI steel slide and bar- 
rel. In oddition to new rnaterroJs 
and manufocturmg methods, 
the GLOCK pistol has an action 
which combines the best char- 
acteristics of the traditionol 
double ond single action pis- 
tols, creating wTiot has became 
known OS the "Safe Action" 
system. 

Safe, simple operation, reliabil- 
ity and accuracy were primary 
design criteria. To achieve 
safety with simplicity, three 
independent safeties sequen- 
tially disengage as the pistol's 
trigger is pulled to its reor-most 
position. These safeties outo- 
maticolly reset themselves once 
the shooter removes his finger 
from the trigger. GLOCK pis- 
tols combine the sofety ond sim- 
plicity of revolver- 1 ike opero- 
tion with a constont double 
action trigger pull, high maga- 
zine capacity, rapid recovery 
and the reduced recoil of o 
modern, semi-automatic pistol 

GLOCK currently has available 
for distribution to police agen- 
cies: The GLOCK 17 I9mm), the 
GLOCK 19 (9mm compoct), the 
GLOCK 22 (.40 caliber), the 
GLOCK 23 (.40 caliber compact), 
the GLOCK 20 (1 0mm), and the 
GLOCK 21 {.45 ACP coliber). 




This manual provides mainte- 
nance and technical informo- 
tion for certified GLOCK 
armorers. It contoins numerous 
pictures, each one showing 
exactly how a specific proce- 
dure rs to be carried out. This 
makes maintenance extremely 
simple ond straightforward, A 
unique feoture of the GLOCK 
pistol IS thot oil ports generally 
are interchongeoble within the 
some model— no hand fitting, 
fifing or polishing is required or 
advised. 

Prior to the service and mainie- 
Notes: 



figure 1 



nance section of this manual is 
a section devoted to SAFETY as 
\t relates to the GLOCK pistol 
jReod Safety Rules on page 8). 
Read ond be familiar v/ifh this 
information prior to performing 
any maintenance on the pistol. 
Wear sofety g[a$£e£ while 
performing maintenance. 

The terms: right & left, front 
(muzzle} S reor, top & bottom, 
up 8, down and forward & 
backward, as used in Ihi^ man- 
ual refer to the pistol when 
being held in shooting position 
as seen by the shooter. 



Exploded Drawing ond Parts List for Glock 17 nato stock, nc. ioos/2s/i 33/6773 




CoL.9mm, .40, >5ACP: 
32A Magazfne insert 



Opfiorwl[forpdrttf25)r 

25A New York Tngger Spring 

25& New Vork Tngger Spnng Plus 



1 Slide 

2 Barrel 

3 Recoil spring 

4 Recoil spring tube 

5 Firing pin 

6 Spacer sleeve 

7 Finng pin spnng 

8 Spring cups 

9 Firing pin safety 

10 Fifing pin sofeJy spring 

1 1 Eiftractcr 

12 Extractor depressor plunger 

13 Extroctor depressor plunger 
spring 



14 Spring-looded bearing 

\5 Slide cover plote 

16 Rear sight 

16a Front sight 

T7 Receiver 

18 Mago^ne catch spring 

19 Magazine cotch 

20 Sride lock spring 

21 Slide lock 

22 Locking block 

23 Trigger mechanism housing 

with ejector 

24 Connector 

25 Triggerspring 



25-A Nevj York Trigger Spring 
25-B New York Trigger Spring Plus 

26 Trigger with trigger bor 

27 Slide stop lever 

28 Trigger pin 

29 Triggermechonism housing pin 

30 Fc^ower 

31 Atogozine spring 

32 Mogccirw floor plate 
32'A Magazine insert 

33 Magazine tube 

34 LocCing block pin 
Note: Refer to parts order list 
pages 44-50. 



Parts That Do Net Interchange wrth Clock 17 Parts 



CLOCK 17L 

1 Slide 

2 Barrel 

19 Magazine Catch 

CLOCK 19 

1 Slide 

2 Barrel 

3 Recoil spring 

4 Recorf spring tube 
17 Receiver 

20 Slide lock spring 
22 Locking block 

26 Trigger witfi trigger bar 

27 Slide stop fever 

31 Magazine spring 
33 Magazine tube 

CLOCK 20 

1 Slide 

2 Barrel 

3 Recoil spring 

4 Recoil spring tube 

5 Firing pin 

11 Extractor 

12 Extractor depressor plunger 
17 Receiver 

19 Magozine catch 

20 Slide lock spring 

21 Slide lock 

22 Locking block 

23 Trigger mechanism housing 
wiHi efector 

26 Trigger witfi trigger bar 

27 Sliae stop lever 
30 Follower 

32 Magazine floor plate 

33 Magazine lube 

34 Locking block pin 



CLOCK 21 

1 SEide 

2 Barrel 

3 Recoil spring 

4 Recoil spring lube 

5 Firing pin 

9 Firing pin sofet/ 

1 1 Extroctor 

12 Extractor depressor plunger 
17 Receiver 

19 Magazine catch 

20 Slide lock spring 

21 Slide lock 

22 Locking block 

23 Trigger mechanism housing 
witfi ejector 

26 Trigger with trigger bar 

27 Slide ^top lever 
30 Follower 

32 Magazine fioor plate 

33 Magazine tube 

34 Locking bfock pin 

CLOCK 22 

1 Siide 

2 Borrel 

3 Recoil spring 

4 Recoil spring tube 

5 Firing pin 

17 Receiver 

22 Locking block 

23 Trigger mechanism housing 
with ejector 

Do not put trigger 
medionism housing with 
elector frwi a GLOCK 1 7 
or CLOCK 19 into the 
GLOCK 22. Elector may 
hit primer causing 
round to fir*. 

27 Slide stop lever 

30 Follower 

33 Magazine tube 

34 Lacking block pin 



GLOCK 23 

1 Slide 

2 Ban-el 

3 Recoil spring 

4 Recoil spring tube 

5 Firing pin 
17 Receiver 

20 Slide lock spring 

22 Locking block 

23 Triager mechanism housing 
with ejector 

Do not put trigger 
mechotibm housing whh 
eiectorfromaGLOCKt? 
or GLOCK 19 into the 
GLOCK 23. Elector may 
hrt primer causing 
round to fire, 

26 Trigger with trigger bar 

27 Slide stop lever 
30 Follower 

3T Mogozine spring 

33 Magazine tube 

34 Locking block pin 



Notes: 



II. SAFETY 



Basic Firearm 
Safety Rules 

ttl /A /woy5 keep the firearm 
pointed In a safe direction. 

#2 Handle all firearms as if 
Ihey were loaded. 

#3 The trigger finger stays out 
of the trigger guard until 
the firearm is on tar- 
get and the decision to 
rire has beer made. 

ttA Moke sure the fireorm rs 
in good working order and 
the barrel clear of 
obstructions- 

fl5 Always check your target, 
backstop and the 
surrounding area before 
firing, 

S6 Quality ear and eye pro- 
tection shojid always be 
worn when shooting or 
observing. 

#7 When storing a firearm, 
the firearm should be 
unloaded/ secured in o 
safe storage case and out 
of the reach of children 
ond untrained odults, 

#8 Only use ommunition re- 
commended by the firearm 
monufacturer and always 
check caliber and condi- 
tion of ommunition before 
loading the firearm, 

#9 Firearm Ironsportotion is 
regulated by Federol, 
State and local laws. 
Alwoys transport your fre- 
orm in a safe, unloaded 
condition and in accor- 
dance with applicable 
laws. 



fllO Certoin medicationsn alco- 
hol and firearms do not 
trwx. Never allow on/one 
to use firearms when under 
the inffuence of drugs or 
alcohol. 
#11 The safe and rational use 
of a firearm relies on com- 
mon sense and proper 
training of tfie user. Follow 
safety rules and think 
before using o firearm. 
#12 Thoroughly read and 

understand the users man- 
ual that is supplied with 
your firearm. Never use 
any fireanri un[ess you 
completely understand its 
operation and safety 
features- 
Safety Devices 

The weapon has no conven- 
tional, externally-located safety 
lever. Therefore moke sure that 
the trigger is touched only 
when you intend to fire or when 
verified empty, in order to per- 
form maintenance. 

1. Trigger Safety 

It is incorporoted into the 
trigger (26) in the form of o 
lever, and in the untouched 
stote blocks the trigger from 
being moved backwards. 

To fire the pistol, both tfie 
trigger sofety and the trig- 

Sir must be depressed at 
e some time. 

If the trigger safely fs not 
depressed, then the trigger 
will not move to the rear 



ond the pistof will not fire. 
This is designed to prevent 
the trigger from going to 
the reor when dropped. 

2. Firing Pin Safety: 

A spring-foaded pin (9) pro- 
jects into the firing pin cut- 
out, ond blocks it This 
safety is only released while 
the trigger is pulled, 

3. Safety Function of the 
Trigger Mechanism 
Housing (Drop Safety): 

The trigger bar is pushed 
onto the safet/ ramp by the 
firing pin, 

THE SAFETY DEVICES 1 , 2 and 
3 above ore designed to pre- 
vent the weopon from uninten- 
tional discharge, if dropped 
from up to 6.5 ft., exceeding 
NATO standards. 



^KcScil Warning: 

In cose the trigger safety 
proves to be ineffective for 
any reason, DANCERofan 
unintentionol discharge 
exists. THE WEAPON IS 
THEN TO BE IMMEDiA TEL Y 
UNLOADEDAND 
RESTRICTED FROM FURTHER 
USE. MAKE SURE THAT 
YOUR WEAPON IS 
PROPERLY REPAIRED AND 
CHECKED BY GLOCK OR 
AUTHORIZED PERSON- 
NEL BEFORE USING !T 
AGAIN I 



Notes: 



a 



The vertical extension of the 
trigger bar ii forw/ard of the 
firing pin scrfety. Until the 
iTigger safety is disengoged, the 
trigger bar fs prevented from 
moving rearward and the firing 
pin safety remains in the safe 
(firing pin blocked] position 
(Figure 3]. 




Figure 3 




The trigger safety has been 
depressed allowing the trigger to 
move rearward- As the trigger 
moved rearward the verticaf 
extension of the trigger bar has 
pushed the firing pin safety into 
the up (fire) positron (Figure 4). 



Read fhc owner's manual 
provided with your CLOCK 
pistol before removing your 
CLOCK pistol from its 
container, 

Yournew CLOCK pistol 
should he properly deaned 
and luhri^oted before firing. 
RefertoPage 1 9 (Preventive 

Maintenance), 




. TECHNICAL DATA SPECIFICATIONS 



CLOCK 17 



M#fnc 



us. 



Type of Action 



Calibre 



OverQll length f Slide} 



Sofe Acrion 
jDoubie Action Only) 



9 fc 19 mm (Para 



185mn 



7,28 in. 



CLOCK 19 



MvtfK 



us. 



Safe Action 
[Double Action Only) 



9 X 19 mm (Pora) 



174mm 



6.85 in. 



Height with Sights^ 
Width 



Lengtti Between Sights 



Barrel length 



Barrel l^rfling 



136mm 



5,35 in. 



30mm 



1,1 Bin. 



124mm 



4.88 in. 



30mm 



1.18 in. 



CLOCK 17L 



UJ, 



Safe Action 
(Double Action Qnfyj 



9xl9mmfParal 



225mm 



8.85 in. 



136mm 



5.35 in. 



30mm 



1,13 in. 



165mm 



6,49 in. 



T14mm 



4.49 irk 



hexagonal profile witli 
ri flht hand twist 



Length of Twist 



Mogozine capacity 



Mas (Weight) 

—Empty without magazine 

—Empty magazine 

— FljII magazine' 



Muzzle Velocity' 



Muzzle Energy* 



Trigger Pull 



Trigger Slack 



Trigger Trove I 
For Discharge 



250mm 



9.84 in. 



152mm 



5.98 in. 



102mm 



4.02 in. 



hexagonoF profile with 
right hond twist 



250mm 



9.84 in. 



17/19 



17/19 



620g 21.91 oz. 

S6g 2.08 oz. 

-260g -9.50 oz- 



15/17 



15/17 



205mm 



8,07 in. 



153mm 



6.02 



in. 



hexogonal profile with 
right hand twist 



250mm 



9.84 in. 



17/19 



17/19 



5959 20.99 oz. 

54g 1.98 oz. 

-240q -S-55oz. 



-360m/sec -llSOfps 



-500 J -369 Ft. Lbs- 



~360m/sec -llSOfm 



'-500J 



'369 R. Lbs- 



-2.5kq 



-5-8 lbs. 



10mm 



0.4 in. 



12-5mm 



0-5 in. 



Number of Safeties 



-2.5kg 



-5^lbs- 



666g 23-35 oz. 

fl7Goufidsl 

56g 2-08 oz. 

[\7 RauFtdif 

-^26Qg -9.50 oz. 



-360ni/sec -HBOfos 



-500 J -369 Ft- Lbs. 



-2,5kg 



-15 lbs. 



10mm 



0-4 in. 



12.5mm 



0,5 in- 



10mm 



0.4 in- 



12.5mm 



0.5 in. 



'Varies depending on type of ammunition. 

Specifications subiect to change wnthout notice. 



Notes: 



10 



CLOCK 20 


CLOCK 21 


CLOCK 22 


CLOCK 23 


Metric US, 


Mvflric U^ 


llUtric U^ 


htolrk UJ. 


Safe Action 
fDo jb e Action On vl 


Sofe Action 
(Double Action Oniyl 


Safe Action 
Do jb e Action Only 


Safe Action 
(Double Action Only) 


lOmm 


.45ACP 


,40 SiW 


.40S£W 


393mm 7.59 in. 


193mm 7.59 in. 


lB5mm 728 in. 


174mm 6.35 in- 


I39mni 5.47 in. 


139mm 5.47 in. 


!36mm 5.35 in. 


134mm 4.33 in. 


33.5mm 1.27 in. 


32.5mm 1.27 in. 


30mm 1.13 in. 


30mm 1.13 in. 


172mm 6.77 in. 


172mm 6.77 in. 


165mm 6.49 in. 


152mm 5,93 in. 


n7mm 4.60 in. 


n7mm 4.60in. 


Il4mm 4.49 In. 


102mm 4,02 in. 


hexogonol profile with 
riqht hand twist 


□cTogonoi profi e with 

riohf hond twist 


hexagonal profile with 

rioKt hand twist 


hexagonol profi e with 

rioKthond twist 


400mm 15,75 in. 


400mm 15.75 in. 


400mm 15.75 in. 


400mm 15.75 in. 


15 15 


T3 13 


15 15 


13 13 


7349 26,35 oz, 

11 5 Roundi) 
65g 2-05 oz. 

(tS Rouicb) 

-325q -11.92 02. 


;45g 25.22 oz. 

65g 1 .98 oz. 
IIURcundij 
-340q ~n.78oz. 


645g 22-36 oz, 

(15 Rennet) 

53g l-S7oz. 

' (15 Rc^r^l 

-300q -10.62oz. 


597g 20.67 oz. 
52g 1.76 oz. 

(13 Rnjnds) 
~2i0q 9.35 02. 


~'370mAec -1230*05 


-250m/5ec - 820+05 


-300 m/sec - 984 fos 


-300 m/sec - 984 fps 


-750 J -575 Ft. Lbs. 


-460 J -302 R. Lbs. 


-520 J -336 Ft. Lbs. 


-520 J -386 Ft. Lbs. 


-2.5ka -5-8 Ibi. 


-~2.5kq ~5^ lbs. 


-2-5l£a -5-8 bs. 


~2.5ka ~5^ lbs. 


lOmm 0.4 in. 


lOmm 0.4 in. 


10mm 0.4 in- 


10mm 0.4 in. 


■t 
12 5mm 0.5 In, 


l2.Smm 0.5 in. 


12.5mm 0,5in. 


12.5mm 0.5 in. 


3 3 


3 3 


1 3 3 


3 3 



'Varies depending on type of ammunition. 
Specifications subject to dianga withovt notice* 

Notes: 



n 



IV. AMMUNITION SPECIFICATIONS FOR 
CLOCK PISTOL 



GLOCK pistols are designed to 
be fired witti NATO specification 
ammunition. Therefore the fol- 
lowing guidelines and specifica- 
tions ore pn^vided so that proper 
ammunition wif] be selected for 
use in GLOCK pistols to assure 
proper functioning. Any devia- 
tion fnDm these specificotions 
moy leod to improper function- 
ing and possibly void the war- 
ranty on GLOCK pistols. 
(GLOCK pistols will function 
pn^perfy with the new generation 
of 9x1 9mm ammunition including 
all +P+ and 147 grain sub-sonic 
ammunition currently being in- 
troduced In the United States,! 



Minimum {lower limrf) speerficationi for ommunition to be used 
in Glock imtoUi 



ttviM Weight 

115 grains/7.5 grams 



Vvlotitr 

liaOfps/350m/sec 



Maximurrt (upp^r ISmhj pressures for 9 x J9mm ammunition to 
fre use</ in Gloek pistols sitould nor exceed 43,500 pounds per 
square in^h/3000 BAR 

HandlitadBd/reloaded or re-nmntrfactured ammunition 
may bo unsafo and voids factory v^arranty. 



AMMUNmOH PERFORMANCE DATA 

(Campiled Iry Gbd^ IncJ 







tULLF 


BULLT 


lAKJttl 




KJNCT1C 






CUTRIDGE 


MANUFACnJUR 


WBGKT 


im 


LENGTH 


vnocmr 


ENEROT 


PENETUTIW 


EXPANSION 


9MUra'BI| 


Windww 


147 gr/9i3 grm 


jhp 


i^W]^.9rv\ 


TOfci/375rTi'«i: 


?65^hJTbJ36aJ 


ll99:ny35S3j™ii 


.i57WllAnifn 


flWW 


WJndiHiif 


ll5Qf/7.4^flnn 


sn? 


t25iinr)7.9r™n 


IO?lfpi/333in/Kc 


m9(i-%y4i2j 


ILj^n/TSfiBnwn 


S*2W]17ir\m 


9W1 


FcdBnl 


Wffl^.53 grni 


H5H0K 


*351ft^Q7.9iw 


Itelfp/SJim/iffC 


31Difr/lb;J2lJ 


)ii7 iii;372.6 mm 


.485 tn/] 2 J mm 


JMM^'P-HJ 


Wirpdwiff 


115(f^-i5gmi 


JHP 


4ih^0lanw 


13051ps/39flm/iec 


437tiJlh75m 


ippiH. £0 (vTCQ PFi 


^biHiann 


9MM|f4ATO) 


WiKttati 


]?4gr/3.04gnn 


fMJ 


^iiVlDlinvn 


Ita5fpt/3fil m/^ 


387frJlbj'575J 


WA 


N/A 


9MM 


RtcnlngUn 


K gr/5.70 ^u\ 


JHP 


^jntD^inn 


ISWW^i^rn'w: 


4«fr.lb7597J 


t-iifi. 


N/A 


,«CAi 


WinthHier 


ISOflr/lliJjin 


JHP 


irn/IOUirni 


W0lW2O2in,'iK , 


39Qft^J529J 


lZ20in/30?arnm 


^in/liimm 


JOCAL 


redeol 


ISOgr/n^gnn 


H5H0K 


4iPi/10]Ainn 


*S5W300rv'wi: 


3S*1i7lby5MJ 


l4.lXin/355ii™n 


.*90in/17iinin 


.40CAI 


WinchsTs 


ISSy'lOAigm ■ 


JHP 


*in/101fipwi 


l?05^367in/Hc 


500h7lby67BI 


1270 iiv'3^.6 mm 


6Mhni3fiini 


.flOCAL 


ft6m\ 


IBO^/H.Adgm 


JHP 


i\nl\0].iimr\ 


935fpi/300rVi« 


3«JMby529J 


r^A 


hi/A 


lOr^iFBii 


FhWcI 


1B07/1]6«9iTii 


JHP 


SAlTZimi 


?31tFB/2B4rV»: 


346.1 trJlhJlTQJ 


U14 ifi/fl37.0 mpi 


ii7rn/T3.9lr¥Pl 


ICM^ 


WAfHffB- 


1EOgf/1166gm 


JHP 


5 iii/l?7 tnn 


9a+Fs/:^lm/HK: 


26*^tiJhJ*%i 


]6.6^ wJiliimr^- 


S16\r]/^Hnwn 


ICWri 


Ncrma 


ITOgr/ll.CGgmi 


JHP 


5ni/f27inni 


[3HW^'*"^»: 


. *96.l fiyib;944J 

1 


l344W168.4mm 


J62ir/H3mm 


TOMM 


HcncxJor 


]55gr/HJ.D4grm 


JHP 


N/A 


lilDlp^O)"i'$ec 


6?2hJlb-/?38J 


r^A 


H'A 


lOhW 




3Mgr/]Z96?ii> 


FMi 


N/A 


]]50fFd/15]tn;i«f 


595tryihJK7J 


WA 


N/A 




^*CP 


KtOMOTm 


laigiVll.W^ 


WP 


5 in/Iff rfn 


TOf(B/275rn'3« 


m9h/bJ4S4J 


1 

1 22^1 iaJ^.'\ rm 


.Sttir/iaJmm 


J5ACP 


Ftdenjf 


I0^gr/ll.5^gnn 


JHP 


5in/127nmi 


9SJIpi^l n'w: 


373ftJtJ9KJ 


lXfi?in/3459™n 


.i23i^5iinii 


iSACP 


Windwjls 


ie5y'n.99gm 


5TIP 


St>r\77ntn 


95Hpi/?«nu'K: 


J71ihJlb/50i] 


l^SBin'SUfli^m 


fll9in/15Jr¥ii 


iSACP 


Federal 


233gr/l*.909m 


HSHOK 


y^77rm 


307 tFB/?14 m/wc 


22BShJlb7W5J 


lB^in/*W3mm 


.d2iin/]5.Snrn 


.*5ACP'P 


Peningrcfi 


l85grniWgfni 


JHP 


WA 


ll40lpiO47rTb'»: 


534ML/724J 


W/A 


N/A 



NOTE: Performance levels rfio/ clionge ^vHm using ditf^i^nt fii^ormi, 
SoLFiTft: Cortpdge Monufaclurer^ ond FSJ 



12 



V. FIELD STRIPPING 




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33 — Mtigaiin e 



1— SGde 



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4 — Re«>il Spring mbg 




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Figure 5 



13 



PRIORTO FIELD STRIPPING, MAKE SURE PISTOL IS UNLOADED 



Magazine Removal 

• POINT the pistol in a ^afe 
dired-ion [o safe direction is 
where no one can possibly be 
injured in the event of on 
accidental discharge]— Finger 
OFF of trigger and OUT ofthe 
trigger guard, 

• PRESS in on the magazine 

cotch {Figure 6). 

• Remove the magazine. 

Note: 

The GiOCK pistol is designed so 
that the magazine catch can not 
easily be pressed unintentionaffy 
when the pistol is held in a 
proper shootino grip, far this 
reason you will hove to rotate 
the hand a few degrees to be 
able to press the catch and 
release the magazine. 

Safety Caution: 

Prior to further disassembly; with 
your finger off of the trigger and 
outside ofthe trigger guard, 
point the pistol in a safe 
direction, lock the slide open by 
pushing up an the slide stop lever 
while pulling the slide to the rear 
with the non-shooting hand 
{Figure 7). Once the slide is 
locked to the rear, both visually 
and physically (with your little 
finger) inspect the chamber of 
the pistol to be sure that the 
chamber is empty (Figure 8). 
Also, check the magazine well to 
be sure that a cartridge has not 
become lodged between the 
ejector and the walls ofthe 
magazine well. Once you ore 
sure that the pistol is unloaded 
continue with disassembly. 

Once you have verrfied that 
the pistol is unloaded: 

• Pull beck slide to release slide 
stop lever ond close action. 




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Figure 7 



POINT the pistol in a Safe 
Direction then PULL the 
trigger. You will hear the 
firing pin spring forword. 



U 



Note: 

The trigger must he In the 
rearmost position for ilide 
removtj!. 



Slide Removal 

• HOLD the pisTol in eilher 
hand so thot four fjngets 
grasp the Top of the ilide as 
shown (Figure 9). With these 
four fingers, pulJ ond hold 
the slide bock opproximotely 
I/IO inch (2.5mm). 




Figure 9 



Simultaneously, pull down 
and hold both sides of the 
slide lock using the thumb 
and index finger of your free 
hand (Figure 10). 




Figure TO 



Notes: 



15 



PUSH the Elide forward until 
il i^ fully Eeparoted from the 
receiver (Figure 1 1), 



Figure 1 1 



Note: 

With the slide and receiver sep- 
orated^ the operation of the 
trigger safety con be checked. 
See section Vt, Function Testing 
the Trigger Sofety prior to 
operating the trigger with slide 
removed- 
Barrel Removal 




Safety Cautron: 

The recoil spring is under tension. During removal use care to control the recoil spring and/or 
recoil spring tube. 



PUSH the recoil spring tube 
slightly torword while lifting 
it owQy from the barrel 
(Figure 12). 

REMOVE the recoil spring 
tube and recojl spring 
[Figure 13). 



Figure 12 




Note; Do not disassemble. 



Notes: 



16 



Reassembly Note: 

When installing the recoil 
spring tube artd recoil spring^ 
be sure that the back end of the 
recoil spring tube rests in the 
half moon cut in the bottom of 
the front barrel lug (Figure 14). 



Grasp the borref at the 
chomber. While roising the 
chombered end, move ihe 
borref slightly forward 
(Figure 15). Then liflthe 
barrel from the slide. 



Figure 15 





Figure 14 



Notes: 



17 



Magazine Disassembly 

For all srondord floorplates, hold 
the magozine as shown. Press 
inword wiih the thumb and first 
finger as you push the mogazine 
floorplale forward (Figure 161^ 
As soon OS the floorploTe starts to 
move, reposition hand so thumb 
retains magazine spring. Remove 
the floor plate, the magazine 
spring and the follower. 

(CAUTION; The magazine 
spring is under tension. Be sure to 
mainfain dov\^ward pressure on 
mogozine spring with your 
thumb while disossetnbi'ng. 



The pistol IS now field 
stripped. Further diStas- 
sembly h not required for 
normal dGanm9 ond moin- 
tenonce. 







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To remove (fie floor plafe with 
the magazine reinforcement 
plate^ fnserf punch inl"o indenta- 
tion tn floor plale^ p jsh reinforce- 
ment plate inside magazine tubCr 
then remove floor plote the some 
way oi the standard floor plate. 
(Figure IS), 




Figure 18 



Notes: 



IS 



VI. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE 



Note; 

Refer fo page 13 for proper 

mefhod of field stripping the 
pistoL 

Cleaning the Field 
Stripped Firearm 

The GLOCK pistol requires 
periodic deoning lo injure 

proper function. Once field 
stripped, the barrel and chamber 
ore easily cleaned from rhe 
chamber end. The inside of the 
slide and receiver shouid be 
wiped dean. Standard hrearm 
solvents can be used on the 
p[5toL This will insure proper 
functioning of a new CLOCK 
pistol. 

The copper colored lubricant 
that is found on portions of the 
slide should not be removed os it 
will assure long-term lubricotion 
of the slide. 

A^ with ony lemioutomotk pistol, 
CLOCK pistols should not be 
cleoned by merdy locking the 

slide to the rear and insert- 
ing the cleaning rod from the 
muzzle end- This con cause 
excessive amounts of solvents to 
buiJd up in both the frome and 




Figure 19 



slide, and possibly contribute 
malfunctions of I'he pistol. The 
pistol should be fietd -stripped 
■ time it is cleaned. 



to 



Tctions of I'he pistol. The 
^uld be fietd-st " 
every time it is cleaned 

The inside of both the chamber 
and borrel should be wiped 
completely dry once they hove 
been thoroughl/ cleaned. The 
breech face and the area under 
the extractor claw should both 
be absoluTdy dry and free of any 
debris after deoning. 

The slide roil cuts should be 
cfeoned thoroughly by using a 
c\?:or\ potch on the end of a 
toothbrush-type deonfng looL 

With the clean patch wrapped 



over the brush portion of the 

toothbrush, thoroughly clean the 
slide roil cuts of all debris and 

solvents. 

All other areas of the slide and 
frame should be checked for 
cleanliness. Most ports in the 
frame may be wiped with o 
clean, soft cloth tnot has been 
slighliy dampened with o quality 
firearm deoning solvent. 

After the ports in the frame have 
been cleaned, they should be 

wiped dry with a clean, soft 
cloth. All solvent should be 
wiped from the parts so that they 

are dean and dry. 



Notes: 



19 



Lubricating The Field 
Stripped nrearm 

To properly lubricate your 
CLOCK pistol ofrer it nos been 
thoroughly cleoned and driedn 
use a cTeon patch that has been 
slightly dampened wtth quolity 
gun oil. Wipe the barrel; the 
□□rref hood; the inside of the 
slide ^here the barrel hood 
rubs against the slide; and the 
ring that the barrel slides 
through the slide. You con lake 
one drop of oil on your finger 
and rub each slide roil, or put 
one drop of oil in each slide rorl 
cut- Once the slide is moved on 
the receiver after reassembly, 
the oil drop will be distributed 
equa[ly in the slide roils by 
moving the slide. Most import- 
ant is Ine drop of oil (Figure 20) 
where connector &, trigger bar 
meet. 

This will assure proper lubrica- 
tion of your GLOCK pistol with- 
out over-lubricating- GLOCK 
pistols are designed to operate 
properly with only small 
amounts of lubrication. 

Do not over- lubricate your 
GLOCK pistol, OS large quanti- 
ties of oil or greose will collect 
unburnt powder and other resi- 
due, which could interfere with 
proper functioning of your 
GLOCK pistol. 

Dry Firing 

Do not pull back lug of firing 
pir and let snap forward when 




Figure 10 



slide is removed from frame, as 
damage to the firing pin and 
firing pin safety could result, 

WARNING: 

Do not put oil fnsids firing pin 
channel or magazine tube. 

Firing pin channel, magazine 



tube ond breech face should be 
wiped dry before reassembly- 
Leaving solvent or lubricant in 
these areas could cause con- 
tamination of primers and fai- 
lure to fire. 



Nates: 



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Function Testing the 
Trigger Safety 

Once the slide is removed from 
the receiver the trigger Eofely 
con be function-tested in the 
following manner. Push forward 
on the vertical extension of the 
trigger bar as shown (Figure 
21). The trigger wifl move tor- 
word and the trigger safety 
should engage, holding the 
trigger in a semi-forward poEj- 
tion even if you release pres- 
sure on the trigger bar. This 
verifies the proper engagement 
of the trigger safety. 

(Do not pull trigger after slide is 
removed, os the trigger ^ofely is 
renting against the rear of the 
frame and the trigger safety 
may be domagea By doing so. 
Also, do not pulf the trigger 
when the slide is locked to the 
rear on the pistol, as this coufd 
aJso damage the trigger safety] 

Then exert and maintain addi- 
tional forward pressure on the 
vertical extension of the trigger 
bar until the trigger moves to its 
most forward positron. While in 
this full forword position you 
con press the trigger. The trig- 
ger safety shoufd disengage. 
Graduolly release forword 
pressure on the trigger bar. As 
you do, the trigger should 
return to its reorward position. 

This verifies the proper disen- 
gagement of the trigger safety. 

Function Testing the 
Firing Pin Safety 

Hold the slide in a muzzl& 
down position and depress the 
firing pin safety. The tip of the 
firing pin should move forward 
ond be visible protruding from 
the firing pin hole. The firing 
pin may need to be pushed for- 
word when the pistol is new so 
that if will protrude from the 





Figure 22 



firing pin hole, 

A second method of checking 

the proper movement of the tir- 
ing pin is to depress the firing 
pin sofety and shake the sfide- 

When the firing pin safety is 
depressed the firing pin snoufd 
be heard moving freely. When 
the firing pin safety is not 
depressed the firing pin should 
be nearly silent. 



Next, making sure that the fir- 
ing pin safety is properly 
engaged, hold the slide os 
shown and push forword on the 
rear end of the firing pin with 
your thumb (Figure 22). The fir- 
ing pin should not protrude 
from the firing pin hole. If it 
does, the firing pin and firing 
pm safely should be repJaced- 



21 



VII. SLIDE DISASSEMBLY 



^ 1 5— Slide Cover Mirtfe 





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12 — Extrqcfpr Depressor P^unge^ 



13— Extrqcfor Depressor Plunger Spring 



9— Firing Kn Safety 



lO^— Firing Pin Sqfety Spring 




/ 



f 1 —Extractor 



6— Spacer SLeevg . 



m 



^ S — Firing Pin 




^ "Firing PLn Chgnnel LJner 



7 — Rring Pin Spring* 



Spring Cops 



Figure 23 



Only 3 tools are required for maintenance of the GLOCK pistol: 

1, A Pin Punch 3/32" {2.5mmj 2. A Screwdriver '/^ Blade (3mm} 2. Long Nose Pliers 

Such as: Sears Crcflsman Such as: Sears Craffsman Any common lype 

42S83WF 41589WF 

"The Firing Pin Channel Liner is localecJ inside the Firing Pin Channel and may seporate 
occasionally when cleaning, , 

Notes: 



22 



Firing Pin 
Assembly 

Removaf 

1 

Safely Caution: 

The firing pin assembly and 
extractor depressor plunger 
are under tension. While 
removing the slide cover 
phte. place your thumb over 
the firing pin asseinhly and 
extractor depressor plunger 
to prevent these parts from 
ejecting while removing the 
slide caver plate. 

To aid in the removoE of the 
siide cover plote, place the 
muzzle end of the slide on a 
smoothn flat surface such as a 
loble. Keep the slide in an 
upright position while apply- 
ing firm downward pressure 
on the slide. With your free 
hand use o pin punch to push 

the spocer sleeve forward 
[Figures 24 & 25). 



• Simultcneouslyn slide the 
cover plale down, and off- 
re member to keep the ten- 
sioned firing pin assembly 
and extractor depressor 
plunger from springing out. 

It is possible that the slide cover 
plate wilf require some addi- 
tjonol downward force during 
disassembly of a new pistol. A 
thin-bloded screwdriver may be 
used to start removal. 

• REMOVE the firing pin 
assembly (Figure 26). 

• REMOVE the extractor 
depressor plunger assembly 
consisting of: the extractor 
depressor plunger, extractor 
depressor plunger spring ond 
the spring loaded bearing 
(Figure 27). 




Figure 24 




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23 



Extractor Removal 



Depreis the Firing Wn Safely 




Notesi 



While DEPRESSING the 

firing pin sofeTy remove the 
extractor (Figure 28-30). (The 
extractor may need to be 
pushed from the extractor 
groove by jsing a pin punch 
in the rear of the extractor 
groove and lifting the extrac- 
tor from the groove.] 





24 



REMOVE Ihe firing pin safety 
Figure 31}. 

If it doe^ not drop oui of the 
^lide; the slide may be topped 

on a non-rneta!!ic surface to 
free the firing pin Eofety.] 

6e careful not to lose The firing 
pin safely spring while remov- 
ing the firing pin Eofety. 



Figure 31 



Lifr and HemQ>Fe the Firin g Pin Safet y 




Notes: 



25 



Firing Pin 
Assembly- 
Disassembly: 

Note: 

The slide may be used for 
dhassembly S, reassembly. 

• Wipe the tiring pin spring 
with Q clean dry clotn to 
remove any excess lubrica- 
tion or solvent. Then pull 
down on the tiring pin spring 
with thumb & toretinger as 
tor as possible to oilow cleor- 
once for removol of the tiring 
prn sprmg cups. (Be sure to 
Keep a firm grasp on the fir- 
ing pin spring so that it does 
not fly off the firing pin caus- 
ing possible infury.] 



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Figure 33 



6 — Spacer Sleeve 




7— firing Ptn Spring 



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• Simultaneously, remove the 
two spring cups, Ifien gradu- 
ally release tension on the fir- 
ing pin spring and remove it 
(Figure 32). 

• Remove the spacer sleeve. 

• When reassembling spring 
cups, make sure smoll ena is 
inside the firing pin spring. 

Notes: 



26 



VIII. RECEIVER DISASSEMBLY 



37— SJFde S*op Lever 



22 -Locking Block 
20— SJide Lock Spring 




26— Trigger with Trigger Bur 



25— Trigger Spring 



24— Connector 



23— Trigger Mechanitm Homing 



^ 21-SndeLock 



2fl— Trigger Pin 



29— Trigger Mechoniim Housing Pin 



Figure 34 



Notes: 



27 



CLOCK 20,21,22^&23 

Ont+ie CLOCK 20, 21,22 5 23 
first remove The locking block pin 

from left To rfght (Figure 35). 

The locking block prn [Item #34) 

should be Ihe firsi pin removed 
ond ifie firsl pin reinserled. If you 
insloff the locking block pin arTer 
inserting the slide stop lever, you 
will bend and domoge the slide 
stop lever spring. 

Trigger Pin Removal 

• Use a pin punch to push the 
trigger pin from left to right 
(Figure 36). 

Note; 

To focii'tcfe frtgger pin removal 
ihe slide stop lever should be 
moved forv/ord and reorward 
while applying pressure on the 
trigger pin. (Do not use any 
excessive force^ i.e. hommering to 
remove the trigger pin.) This will 
unhook the slide stop lever spring 
from the groove in the trigger 
pin. Always remo'/e the trigger 
pin from left to right 

• Remove the trigger pin. 

Slide Stop Lever 
Removal 

• With the trigger pin 
removed, simply withdravj 
the sfide stop lever by pulling 
it bock (Figure 37]. 

Note: 

When re-lnstolling the slide stop 
lever in the pistol be sure it locks 
into the groove in the trigger pin. 
To function checd the slide stop 
lever^ lih- it from its rest position 
ond release it 

tfihe slide stop fever is prop- 
erly installed and has engaged 
the groove in the trigger pin, the 
slide stop lever will snap back 
down into the rest position after 
be'ng lifted and releosed. 










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Locking Block 
Removal 

• Use a pin punch or a ^crew- 

driver to raise the locking 
block (Figure 38). 
Note: 

Pry up from ieffside to prevent 
damage to trigger bor. 

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Trigger Mechanism 
Housing Pin Removal 

• Use a pin punch lo push ihe 
trigger housing pin out of the 
frame (Figure 40}. 

• Remove the trigger housing 
pin. 



Then remove the locking block 

by hand [Figure 39). 




Figure 40 



29 



Trigger Assembly 
Removal 

• Using a pin punch, apply 
upword pressure unaer ihe 
ejector to roise ihe complete 
trigger ossembly irom the 
receiver as shown Jn Figure 41 



Figure 41 





Then raise the reor most portion 
of the trigger assembly above 
the receiver and withdraw Ihe 

complete ossembly [Figure 42). 



Notes: 



30 



Trigger Assembly Take-down 



26 — Trigger wftfi Trigger Bor 



'25 A— New York Trigger Spnng ^^ 



' 25— Tnggnr Spring ^ 





24 — Connector 




— Trigger Softly 




^ — Ejector 



23 — Trigger Mechgnism Hou sing 



Figure 43 



'Either the standard trigger spring or the New York Trigger Spring can be used. 
Notes: : 



31 



Trigger Assembly 
Take Down 

• Hofd ifie trigger assembly as 
shown [Figure 44}. 



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PULL torv/ard on ihe trigger with 
trigger bar while rotating the 
trigger bar coun+erdockwjse 
(Figure 45}. The trigger with trig- 
ger bar can be iifled from the 
trigger mechanism housmg. 




REMOVE the connector as 
shown {Figure 46). 

SEPARATE Ihe trigger wirh 
trigger bor from the coffed 
trigger spring by working the 
hooked end of the trigger 
spring off the trfgger bor. 

SEPARATE the trigger mechon- 
ism housing from the trigger 
spring. 




Figure 46 



32 



New York Trigger 
Spring 

The New YcjH( Trigger Spnng is 
produced in two weights. Erttier 
spring should be InftaHsd 
only with the 5 lb. (2.5 kg] 
connector, neither should 
be installed wfth the 81b. 
(3.5 kg} connector. 

The standard New York Trigger 
Spring will increase the 5 !b., (2.5 
kg) connector to a JVi - BVi [3.4 - 
4,0 kg) Irigger pull- Ihe second 
or stronger version of the New 
York Trigger Spring [called New 
York Trigger "+ ") will increase 
the 5 lb. [2-5 kg) connector pull to 
9 toll fbs. (4J-5,0kgJ. 

Before instalffng a New York 
Trigger Spring in older Model 
Glock 17 ana "19 pistok be sure 
ttiot the connector fits tightly in 
the trigger mechanism housing. If 
the connector do&s noti\\ tightly 
in the trigger mechanism housing 

then reploce the connector and 
Irigger mechanism housing with 
new ports that ensure a tight fit 
of the connector in the trigger 
mechon ism housing. The Bib. 



Appjy downward pressure with punch to snap into plqca- 



"Snaps" Into Plate 



K.Y. Trigger 5 p ring 




Trigger Bor 



Triflg»r MethoniimHouimg 



Figure 47 



(3,5 kg) connector should 
never De installed with the 
New York Triggar Spring. 

It is important that the connector 
be properfy lubricoted for 
proper functioning of the Irigger. 
If not properly lubricated, the 
connector and/or trigger moy be 
damaged and produce o hord 



trigger pull, and shoufd be 
reploced. 

Glock will still offer the original 5 
and 8 lb. [2.5 and 3.5 kg) trlggef 
pulls with the stondord toil trig- 
ger spnng for those customers 
desiring o standard 5 or 8 lb. [2.5 
or 3.5 Kg) trigger pull. 



Notes: 



33 



Slide Lock Removal 

• While PRESSING the slide lock 
spring down as for as possible 
OS shown (Figure 48), remove 

The slide lock (Figure 49). To 
facililole removal of the slide 
lock, hold the frame of the pis- 
tol on its sfde while depressing 
the slide lock spring. 



Figure 48 




Figure 50 




Slide Lock Spring 
Removal 

• REMOVE the slide fock spring 
by raising it from the frame 
with o pair of needie nose 
pliers or pin punch of W\6" 
diameter or less as shown for 
full si^e pistols only. The sEide 
lock spring for compact- models 
lap OUT eosrty (Figure 50). 

N<ytes; 



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Magazine Catch 
Removal 

• Use Q screwdriver to push the 

magazine catch spring out of 
the magazine cotch groove 

OS follows: 

Be sure to press the right side 
of ihe magazine colcn ^ith 

a finger to prevent the 
mogozine catch from moving 



when starting to push the 
magazine catch spring out of the 
groove. 

Start with the screwdriver to 

the left of the mogozine 
catch spring (Figure 51 ). Push 
the spring to the right and 
then pry it out of the groove 
located on the bottom of the 
magazine catch. 







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Figure 52 



• REMOVE the magazine CQtch 
from the right side of the 
receiver (Figure 52). 

Magazine Catch 
Spring Removal 

• Using a pair of needle nose 
pliers, PULL the mogozine 

catch spring stroight up and 
remove it. 



Notesi 



35 



IX. REASSEMBLY PROCEDURES 



As with most firearms, reassem- 
bly is earned oul in the reverse 
order. Several specific sugges- 
tions are provided befow to 
facilitate reassembly. 

The slide locl( spring has □ long 
ond a short end. The short end 
is installed vertically into the 
frame (Figure 53). 











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When ossembfing the firing pin 
assembly use the slide to hold the 
firing pin and other components 

{Figure 54]. 

To fodlitate trigger pin instolla- 

tion, the slide stop lever should be 
moved slightly forward and bock 
while applying pressure on the 

Notes: 



trigger pin. Always insert the Trig- 
ger pin from right to left- 
Note: 

When re-insta!ling extractor 
depressor plunger make sure you 
hove steel to st&el andpotyuier to 
polymer. 



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when repJacrng the slide cover 
pla+e use ihe back end of the 

punch to depress the firing pin 
assembly os the plate is pushed 
inwards (Figure 55). 



Then use the tip of the pin 
punch to depress the spring 
loaded bearing, compressing 
the extractor depressor plunger 
spring while pushing the cover 
plate into its fully locked posi- 
tion (Figure 56). 




Notes: 



37 



X. FRONT AND REAR SIGHT 
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION 

Front Sight Removal 



• To remove the froni sight 
from tfie slide, position the 
front of the slide In upside 
down position over Ine edge 
of o table or v/orkbench. 
While firmly holding the sEide 
on the workbench, top the 
front sight from the slide with 
o pin punch and small ham- 
mer (or, the slide moy be hefd 
in o vice to perform this 
procedure. If a vice is used, 
be sure that protective jow 
covers are used so as not to 
damage the stide). 

Front Siqht 
installation 

• INSERT a new front sight into 
the front sight slot and press 
it flush with the top surface of 
tf^e slide. 

• The new front sight should be 
placed on a smooth wood or 
plastic surface after it has 
taeen inserted into the stide to 
be sure it is not pushed out of 
the slide when inserting the 
fixing pin. 

• INSERT o fixing pin in the slot 
in the base of tne front sight, 
by hand or with the oid of 
long nose pliers. 

• With a pin punch and a small 
hammer top the fixing pin 
into the base of the front 
sight (Figure 57). 

Rear Sight Removal 

Drift or press the rear sight out 
of its dovetail slot. 

Rear Sight 
Installation 

Follow instructions furnished with 
the GLOCK reor sight installo- 
tion/odiustment tool. 



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Nofes\ 



38 




SIGHT INSTALLATION DEVICE 

HOW to OPERATE the GLOCK INSTALLATION and 
ADJUSTMENT DEVICE for REAR SIGHTS 

For use with: GLOCK ^7. GLOCK Ml. GLOCK 19. GLOCK 22 and GLOCK 23. 

CAUTION: Before installing orodiusfingrearsights^BESUREthotyourpistoi is UNLOADED, 
with the MAGA2JNE REMOVED. Strictly obey the tollowing INSTALLATION 
SAFETY PRECALinONS: 

Remove magozJne while pointing pistol in safe direction (with finger off the trigger). Lock the 
slide to ffie rear by pushing up on the slide stop lever while pushing the slide to the rear. 

Once the slide is locked to the roar, then bo thvbuolly and tactileiv inspect the chamber to venfy 
that the chamber fs empty. You may now proceed with nonnat field stripping. Refer to your 
GLOCK owners monuol for field stripping instructions if you ore not familiar with the proper 
method to field strip a GLOCK pistol- 
Once the slide is removed from the frame, then remove the recoil spring, recoil spring tube and 
the barrel before attoching the slide to the slide rail plate assembly (G). 

GLOCK INSTALLATION and ADJUSTMENT DEVia for REAR SIGHTS: 

— Allows ■ removol of rear sight 

(all original GLOCK types ore ovoilable with Tritium night sights) 

■ mounting of new rear sight 

(all original GLOCK types are a/ailable with Tritium night sights) 

■ adjustment (lateral] 

— GLOCK ^7. 171, 19, 22, and 23 si^ installation device 

— The sight installation device for the GLOCK 20 and GLOCK 21 is larger but still 
operates in the some manner, 

NOTEi If you wish to shift the point of impoct on your target to the left, you have to move the 
reor sight to the left and vice verso for the right (left and right in mu2:2le direction)- 



Pewit of impcKt 

feft of center 
right of center 

low 
high 



Drecrion in whidi to 
move roar fight 

insert higher rear sight 
insert lower rear sight 



NOTE: Following sizes of original GLOCK r&ar sights ore available: 

Sight ma^^cing Height (mm/in] Remark 








f~-^ 


7.3 / 0.29" 


highest impact 


r~~^ 


^3 / 0.27" 


high impact 






6.5 / 0.256" 


standard factory issue 




6.1 / 0.24" 


lower impoct 






6.1 to 7.3 
0.20" to 0.24" 


dick odjuSitoble sight 



39 




NOTE; 



ForproperoperationoFlheGlocksightinstallationdevfce,adropof 
quality lubricating oil should be applied between the end ploy nuts 
(E), A drop of quolity lubricating oil should be applied to the drive 
screv^[D) and the drive screw run back and forth allowing theoil to 
penetrate the internal threads of the sight cnrrier [B). 



F-ORIVE SCREW 

HANDLE ASSEMBLY 



C-DOWNWARD 
PRESSURE SCREW 



B-SIGHT 
CAUUER 



A-MAIN SODY 




E-END PLAY 
NUT 



RIGHT 
SIDE 



i-GUIDE 
RAIL 



H-THUMB NUT 

SCREW ASSEMBLY 
WITH LOCK HNG 



G-SUDE RAIL 

PLATE ASSEMBLY 



Proper Gbck slide plocement 
in sight Insto I lotion devace 




An 




To Adiust Rear Sight For Windage 

Afrer loosening the slide roil plate ossembly [G] with the thumb nut (H), then center 
sight carrier so that marks on body (A) ond Sight Carrier (Bjolign, ploce slide in slide 
rail plate assembly (G) by alignfng the slide rail cuts with the slide rati plate assembly. 
Push the slide to the rear untiUhe camming cut in the slide contacts the pin protruding 
from the right side of the slide rail plate assembly (G), tighten thumb nut (Hj. Turning 
handle (F) clockwise will move rear sJght to the right ond vice verso. 



To Replace Polymer Rear Sight 

Turn handle (Fj counter clockwise to move carrier to Jeft center of window, fnsert 
slide rail cuts in slide rail plate (G), tighter thumb nut(H), insert new Glock sight in 
carrier making sure to sect new sight back against guide roH (I). Tum downword 
pressure screw {C] to bear firmly OQoinst top of new signt making sure white outline is 
facing in right direction. Turn handle (Fj clockwise removing old sight, and installing 
new one simultaneously. 



Rear Night Sigiit Installation 

Same procedure as with polymer rear sight, except no downward pressure is 
required. Be sure the luminous viols face to the rear. 



Front Night Sight Inslalkition 

Position front sight in slot, opply lock-tight, tighten screw snug. Do not overtighten or 
screw will snap or break. 



Note 

When replocing broken night sight with new one you must center sight corrier (Bj. 
install slide in slide rail plate (G), tighten thumb nut (H), push old metal sight out. 
place new night sight in carrier and install in normal manner, never push metal sights 
with outside edge of carrier. 



41 



SERVICE PROCEDURES AND TROUBLE 
SHOOTING 



Observed Problem 



Probable Causes 



Corrections 



STOPPAGESi 

Failure to extract 



Failure to eject or erratic 
ejection (including itove pipes] 



Foiiuretofeed 



Slide foils to lock open on 
last round 



Extractor wom/broken/mtssing 

Over-powered or jndcr-powered 

defective ammunition 

Dirt under extractor clov^ 

Dirfy chamber 

Shooting with ar unlocked wrist 



Broken or damaged ejector 

Under-powered ammunition 

Dirly diamber 

Shooting with on unlocked wrist 

Lack of lubrication 

Dirty gun 



Replace 

Change ommunjtion 

Clean extractor ond check function 

Clean chamber 

Lock shooting hond wrist 



Replace Trigger mechonism 

housing with ejector 

Change ammunition 

CI eon chomber 

Lock shooting hand wrist 

Lubricote 

Cleon 



Magazine not properly inserted 

Under-powered ammunition 

Dirty magazine 

Weak mogozine spring 
Dirty chamber 
Tight extroctof 

Limp wrist 

Deformed mogozire 

Weok recoi! spring 



Mogozine follower broken 

Dirty mcgoxine 

Weak magazine spring 
Worn jlide stop lever notch 
Dirty gun 
Needs lubrication 

Delonned magozine 
Under-powered ammunition 
Limp vfl-ist 

Trigger pin inserted too for 
Improper grip 
Slide stop lever worn 



Reinsert magazine 
Change ommunition 
Cleon ond inspect magazine 
Reploce if necessary 



Lock wrist 

Magazine sides or lips 
defomied —replace mogozine 
Replace 



Slide stop lever domoged 



Replace follower 

Cieon ond inspect mogozine 

Replace rf necessary 



Mogozine sides deformed by 
attempting to load Joo many 
rounds— replace magazine 
The trigger pin moy be inserted too 
for to the left. This can cause the 
^ring on the slide stop lever to 
bind. Check to see if tne slide slop 
lever moves freely* If not^ press the 
digger pin slightly to the right until 
the slide stop lever moves freely. 
Inspect and reploce if necessory. 



*-H 



42 



SERVICE PROCEDURES AND TROUBLE 
SHOOTING (cont.) 



Observed Problem 


Probable Causes 


Corrections 


Foilureto Frre 






No primer ifrike: 


Sfide out of barter/ (DO 
NOT FOXCE INTO 

BATTWnOd'Jeto: 






Deformed/defective round 


Inspect and replace round 




Under-powered ammunition 


Change ammunition 




Damaged/ weak recofi sprfng 


Repocerecoi spring 




Domoged recoil $pririg tube 


Rep oce recoil spring tube 




Moling surfaces of barrel, s ide 


; Field-strip and c eon 




ond receiver excessively dirty. 






Gun dirty/obstructed chamber 


Clean chamber 




Shooting with an unlocked wrist 


Locif shooting hand wrist 


Light, centered strike; 


Hard primer {SMG ammunition) 


Chonge ammunition 




Obstnjcfed firing pin channel 


Remove, inspect and clean firing 
pin ond firing pin spring. Clear 


Inconsistent trigger pult 




firing pin channel- 


Connector loo» in housing 


Replace housing 


or will not release 


Pisto! is excessively dirfy 


Field strip and clean. 




Wrong trigger bor 


fieploce 




Connector neeck ubrication 


Oi 


Trigger safety foils to return 
to engaged (wward) posrifon 


Trigger bar is benf/damaged 


Replace trigger bar 


Improperly stored in original box 


Replace frigger bar When^ored 
in original oox, pfstol musf be 


with trigger in full forward 




position — (trigger safety fu ly 


unloaded, trigger in back 


Firing pin safety fails 
functionaf test as described 


depressed) 


position. 


Damaged, worn or defective 


Reploce firing pin safety 


firing pin safety 


and firing pin 


in the manual: 
Mo primer strike 






Worn or broken firing pin Kp. 


Reploce 




Obstruded chonne 


Clear 


Light off-center strike 


Spring cups inverted 


Change 


Tight extractor 


Change 




Dirty gun 


Clean 




Slide lock reversed or 


Rep oce 


Locks open eoHy 


not beveled 




Improper hand position 


Chonge grip 




Reverse tension ori alide 


Replace 




stop lever spring 






Damoged s ide stop lever 

1 


i Reploce 



43 



GLOCK PAmS AND ACCESSORIES) GLOCK 17 

PART GLOCK PISTOL QTT, UNIT TOTAL 
NUMBER DESCRIPTION ORDEUD COST COST 



3598 Slide 

3570 Barrel 

1 533 Recoil Spring Assembly 

49 Firing Pin 

56 Spacer Sleeve 

63 Firing Pin Spring 

70 Spring Cups 

84 Firing Pin Safety 

91 Firing Pin Sofety Spring 

98 Extractor 

112 Extroctor Depressor Plunger 

119 Extroctor Depressor Plunger Spring 

126 Spring Loaded flearing 

133 Sfide Cover Plate 

182 Fixed Reor Sight 6.5mm 

154 Fixed fieor Sight 6.1mm 

196 Fixed Rear Sight 6.9mm 

210 Fixed Rear Sight 7,3fnm 

791 Click Adjustable Rear Sight 

224 Front Sight 

3549 Receiver (Frame) 

230 Mogazine Catch Spring 

287 Mo gamine Catch 

1931 Extended Magazine Catch 

294 Slide Lock Spring 

301 Slide Lock 

308 Lacking Block 

322 Trigger Mechanism Housing with Elector 

343 Connector {5 lb.) 2.5 kg (stond,) 

735 Connector {8 IbO 3-5 kg 

350 Trigger Spring 

357 Trigger with Trigger Sar 

399 Slide Stop Lever with Spring 

420 Trigger Pin 

427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin 

441 Follower 

448 Magozine Spring 

455 Magozine Floor Plate with Hole 

5572 Mogozine Insert 

1113 Magazine Tube 

483 Loading Device 

4200 Plastic Box for Pistol 

490 Cleaning Rod 

497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon) 

366 1 New York Tn gger Sp ring 

5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus 

1148 Firing Pin Channel Liner 

Other 



TOTAL 



44 



CLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: CLOCK 17L 

PART GLOCK PISTOL QTY, UNIT TOTAL 

NUMBER OCSCRIPTION ORDERED COST COST 

3654 Slide 

3633 Barrel 

1533 Recoil Spring Assembly 

49 Firing Pin 

56 Spacer Sleeve . ■ 

63 Firing Pin Spring - 

70 Spring Cjps . . — 

84 Firing Pfn Safety 

91 Firing Pfn Safety Spring 

9B Exiractor 

112 Exira dor Depressor PI jnger . 

1 1 9 Extractor Depr«5or Pljnger Spring __ 

126 Spring Loaded Bearing . 

133 Slide Cover Plate ^ ^ 

182 Filled Reor Sight 6.5mm [Stand.) 

154 Fi^ed Rear5ight6.1mm ^ 

196 Filled Rear Sight 6.9mm 

210 Filled Rear Sight 7,3mm 

791 Cliclf Adjustable fieor Sight 

224 Front Sight 

3549 Receiver (Frame) 

280 ftAagazine Catch Spring 

287 ftAogazine Catch 

1981 Extended Magazine Catch 

294 Slide Lock Spring 

301 Slide Lock ^^ — 

308 Locking Block ^ — 

322 Trigger Mechanism Housing wfth Ejector . ^ — 

721 Connector(3lb.}2,0kg{17Lonly) 

343 Connector [5 lb.} 2,5 kg (stond.) 

735 Connector [Blb.j 3-5 kg — 

350 Trigger Spring . -^ 

357 Trigger with Trigger Bar . 

399 Slide S^op Lever with Spring . ^ . 

420 Trigger Pin — ^ 

427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin - — 

441 Follower 

443 Magazine Spring . 

455 Magazine Floor Pfofe with Hole 

5572 Magazine Insert 

1113 Magazine Tube — 

483 Loading Device . 

4228 Plastic Box for Pistol 

490 Cleaning Rod 

497 Cleaning Brush [Nylon] . 

3661 New York Trigger Spring . ^ 

5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus ^ 

1148 Firing pin Chonnel Liner _ ^_ . 

Other . - ^_ 



TOTAL 



45 



CLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: CLOCK 19 

PART GLOCK PISTOL QTY. UNIT TOTAL 
NUMBER DESCRIPTION ORDERED COST COST 

3612 Slide 

3577 Barrel 



2457 Recoil Spring Aisembly 

49 Firing Pin 

56 Spacer Sleeve 

63 Firing Pin Spnng 

70 Spring Cjps 

84 Firing Pin Safely 

91 Firing Pin Safely Spring 

98 Exiraclor 

112 Extrortor Depressor Plunger 

1 1 9 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring 

126 Spring Loaded Beoring 

133 Slide Cover Plate 

1 82 Fixed Rear Sight 6.5mm (Stand-) 

1 54 Fixed Rear Sight 6,1 mm 

196 Fixed Rear Sight 6,9mm 

210 Fixed Rear Sight 7,3mm 

791 Cfick Adjustable Reor Sight 

224 Front Sighf 

3563 Receiver (Frame} 

280 Mogazine Cotch Spring 

287 Mogoijne Cotch 

1981 Extended Magazine Catch 

2317 Slide Lock Spring 

301 Slide Lock 

2471 Locking Block 

322 Trigger Mechanism Housing with Ejector 

343 Connector (5 lb.) 2.5 kg fStond) 

735 Connector (8 lb.} 3.5 kg 

350 Trigger Spring 

2303 Trigger with Trigger Bor 

2919 Slide Stop Lever with Spring 

420 Trigger Pin 

427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin 

441 Follower 

2429 Magoiine Spring 

455 ftAogozine Floor Plote with Hole 

5572 Mogozine Insert 

2443 Mogozine Tube 

483 Loading Device 

4200 Plastic Box for Pistol 

490 Cleaning Rod 

497 Cleaning Brush (Nylon) 

3661 New York Trigger Spring 

541 8 New York Trigger Spring Ptus 

1 1 4S Firing Pin Channel Liner 

Other 



TOTAL 



46 



GLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: CLOCK 20 

PART GLOCK PISTOL QTY. UNIT TOTAL 
NUMBER DESCRIPTION ORDERED COST COST 

5341 Slide 

5355 Barrel 

5586 Recoil Spring Assembly 

4557 Firing Pir ^ . 

56 Spacer Sfeeve . _ . -^ . 

63 Firing Pin Spring ^ . . 

70 Spring Cups . . .^.^ 

84 Firing Pin Safely . . . 

91 Firing Pin Safely Spririg _^ 

5509 Extractor 

5243 Extractor Depressor Pfunger . 

1 1 9 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring ^ 

126 Spring Loaded Beoring 

133 Slide Cover Plofe 

132 Fixed Rear Sight 6.5mrn 

154 Fixed Rear Sight 6.1 mm 

196 Fixed Reor Sight 6.9mm 

210 Fixed Reor Sight 7.3mm 

79T Click Adjustable Rear Sight 

224 Front Sight 

5390 Receiver (Frame) 

2S0 Magazine Catch Spring 

19S1 Extended Mogaiine Catch 

5446 Slide Locit Spring . ^_ 

301 Slide Lock „^__ . _-_ 

5264 Locking Block ^ 

443T Trigger Mechanism Housing with Ejector 

343 Connector (5 lb.) 2-5 kg (slond.) 

735 Connector [3 lb.) 3-5 kg 

350 Trigger Spring 

4417 Trigger with Trigger Bar 

5306 Slide Stop Lever with Spring — ^_ 

420 Trigger Pin 

427 Trigger Mechon ism Housing Pin „ 

3948 Follower 

448 Magozine Spring -^ 

3941 Magazine Floor Plate wifh Hofe 

6055 Magozine Insert . —, 

391 3 Magozine Tube . 

483 Loading Device . _^ , 

4523 Plastic Box for Pistol 

490 Cleoning Rod 

497 Cleoning Brush (Nylon) ^ ^_ 

3661 New York Trigger Spring 

5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus _, ^ 

4368 Locking Block Pin 

114B Firing Pin Channel Liner - ^ 

Other .^^ _-_ 



TOTAL 



47 



CLOCK PARIS AND ACCESSORIES: CLOCK 21 

PART GlOCKPISTOl QTY. UNIT TOTAl 
NUMBER DESCRIPTfON ORDERED COST COST 

S34B Slide 

5367 Barrel 



5536 Recoil Spring Assembly 

4557 Firing Pin 

56 Spacer Sleeve 

63 Firing Pin Spring 

70 Spring Cups 

4536 Firing Pin Safety 

91 Firing Pin Safety Spring 

5516 Extractor 

5243 Extractor Depressor Plunger 

119 Extractor Depressor Plunger Spring 

126 Spring Looded Beoring 

133 Slide Cover Plate 

182 Fixed Reor Sight 6.5mm 

154 Fixed Reor Sight 6.1 mm 

196 Fixed Reor Sight 6-9mm 

210 Fixed Reor Sight 7-3mm 

791 Cilck Adjustable Rear Sight 

224 Front Sight 

5390 Receiver (Frame) 

280 Magozine Catch Spring 

1981 Mogazine Catch 

5446 Sfide Lock Spring 

301 Slide Lock 

5264 Locking Block 

4431 Trigger Mechanism Housing with Elector 

343 Connector [5 lb,) 2.5 kg (stond.) 

735 Connector [8 lb.) 3,5 kg 

350 Trigger Spring 

4417 Trigger with Trigger Bar 

5306 Slide Stop Lever with Spring 

420 Trigger Pin 

427 Trigger Mechonlsm Housing Pin 

3955 Follower 

44B ^Aogozine Spring 

3941 Mogozine Floor PJate with Hofe 

5397 Mogazine Insert 

3920 Mogozine Tube 

4B3 Looding Device 

4529 Plastic Box for Pistot 

490 Cleoning Rod 

497 Oeoning Brush (Nylon) 

3661 New York Trigger Spring 

5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus 

4368 Locking Block Pin 

1146 Firing Pin Chonnel Liner 

Other 



TOTAL 



48 



CLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: CLOCK 22 

PART CLOCK PISTOL QTY, UNIT 
NUMBER DESCRIPTION ORDERED COST 


TOTAL 
COST 


4487 


SJide 




4452 


Barrel 




1533 


Recoil Sorina Assemb v 




4270 


Firina Pin 




56 


S DO cer Sleeve 




63 


Firinq Pin Sorina 




70 


Sorino Gjn^ 




84 


Firira Pin Sofpfv 




91 


Firira Pin Snffltv Snrinn 




98 


E>:tractor 




112 


Exfrocfor Denrp^^or Plnrnflr 




119 


Extractor DRnrH«nr Pfunn^r Snrinn 




126 


Sprlna Loaded BRorrnn 




133 


SItde Cover Plate 




182 


Fixed Reor Siaht 6.5m m 




154 


Fixed Rear Siaht 6.1 mm 




196 


Fixed Pear Sioht 6.9mm 




210 


Fixed Rear Siahl 7.3mm 




791 


Circle Adiustab e Rear Siaht 




224 


Front Siaht 




4433 


Receiver fFramel 




230 


Maqazine Catch Scrino 




237 


Maqazine Cotch 




1981 


Extended Maaazine Catch 




294 


Slide Loclc Sarin n 




301 


S :de Lock 




4354 


Lockino Block 




4431 


Tnaoer Mechanism Hon^iinf] with Fi*»rtnr 




343 


Connector ^5 fb.l 2.5 ka ktnnH ) 




735 


Connector (8 ILl 3.5 ko 




350 


Triaaer Sonno 




357 


Triqoer with Triaaer Bar 




4333 


Slide StOD Lever with Snrinn 




420 


Trioaer Pin 




427 


Tricaer Mechanism Hominn Pin 




3962 


FoWovjpr 




448 


Maaozine Sorfnn 




455 


Maaazine F nor P nt»» with Hr,\e> 




5166 


Moaazine Insert 




3927 


Moaazine Tubp 




483 


Loadina Devicfr 




4200 


P astic Box for Pistol 




490 


Cleanina Rod 




497 


Clean in a Bnwh ^Nvlnnl 




4368 


Lockina Blork Pin 




3661 


New York Trioaftr Sririnn 




5413 


Ns^wVnrk Trinn**r *lpnrin Pfm 




1143 


Finnn Pin Thnnnpl 1 [ner 






ntt^^r- 






TrtTAJ 











49 



CLOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES; CLOCK 23 

PART GLOCK PISTOL QTY. UNIT TOTAL 

NUMBER DESCRIPTION ORDERED COST COST 

4501 Slide 

4466 Barrel 

2457 Recoil Spring Assembly 

4270 Firing Pin 

56 Spacer Sleeve — — 

63 Firing Pin Spring 

70 Spring Cups -- — — 

B4 Firing Pin SofeJy ^— 

91 Firing Pin Sofefy Spring — ^- 

9B ExtracJor 

1 T2 Exlractor Depressor Plunger ^ _ 

119 Exlracfor Depressor Plunger Spring 

126 Spring Loaded Bearing 

133 Slide Cover Plale — —-^ 

182 Fixed Rear Sight 6.5mm 

154 Fixed Rear Sight 6.1mm 

196 Fixed Rear Sight 6,9mm 

210 Fined Rear Sight 7,3mm _ 

791 Click Adjustable Rear Sight 

224 Front Sight 

4445 Receiver (Frame) — ^ 

280 Mogozine Catch Spring 

2B7 Mogozine Catch — 

1981 Eyterded ^Aagazlne Catch 

2317 Slide Lock Spring 

301 Slide Lock 

4361 Locking Block ^ — 

4431 Trigger Mechanism Housing "/ith Ejector ;— 

343 Connector (5 IbO 2-5 kg fsTond-} - — . 

735 Connector (8 lb.} 3,5 kg 

350 Trigger Spring 

2303 Trigger with Trigger Bor 

4333 Slide Stop Lever with Spring ^ 

420 Trigger Pin 

427 Trigger Mechanism Housing Pin . — 

39fi2 Folfower 

2429 Magazine Spring — ^ 

455 Mogozine Floor Plate v/ith Hole _. — 

5166 Magazine Insert 

3934 Magazine Tube 

483 Loading Device 

4200 Plastic Box for Pistol 

490 Cleaning Rod 

497 Cleaning Brush [Nylon) 

4368 Locking Block Pin 

3661 New York Trigger Spring 

5418 New York Trigger Spring Plus .^-^ 

1 148 Firing Pin ChonneJ Liner . . • — 

Other 



TOTAL 



50 



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DATE: 

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Fet)njary6,1996 

AH Giock Anrximt^, Sales Managers and Grock tnstn;ctor9 

W, C, HaJserland. Manager 
Technical Customer Service 



SUBJECT: New Yorli Trigger SpHngs 



TT)e new New YofhThgger springs will have a coil spring Instead of a Teaf spring' type. 

The New York #1 trigger spring, part ffSPO 7405, wjll be olive drab in color and wll tK used in place of Uie 
standard NewYarktrlggerspring, part #SPO 3661 wtiich has been discontinued, 

TTieNewYor1i#21figgerspr1ng. part #SPO 7412, will be orange in color and will be used in place of the New 
Yoric* trigger spring, patt#SP0 541SwhichhasbeenwiElbedisconllnued. 



Apply downward pressure 
with punch to 5r\ap into place 



■Snaps' Into Place' 




Trigger Bar 



Trigger Mechanism 
Housing 



New York Trigger Spring 

1- Detail strip the pistol frame (trigger assembly) 

2. Remove trigger bar 

3. Remove coil trigger spring 



4. Insert New York trigger spring 

5. Reinsert trigger bar over New Yoik trigger spring 

6. Reassemble frame and slide 



NOTE: This operation shoukl only t>e perfomied by a certifFed Glodc Annorer. As always, a function lest firing 
shoukl occurwith the indivtdual Tireann to assure proper functioning. 



Ml 



||144I1*VrhVW 



EXTRACTORS 



When ordering exlr3do*s.lhesenal number of Ihepislol for which the extractor rsortiefed musJ be checked to deleiminb 
if the extractor wjth the 90° or ^5" should be shIppecL 

All CLOCK ptstote starUng with the folTowing sefiaf number prerixcs have a 1 5° breech face and require a 1 5" mrtraclor. 
The 9 mm and the 10 mm have a parallel hook. The 40 caliber and 45 caflber have a S"" hook. All 40 caliber pistols 
should have the new style 147 mm ejectors, paits # SP 01 S82. 

import Date 

05/95 
07^5 
05/95 
09/95 
OS/93 
0^5 
05/95 
06/95 
07/95 
07/9S 



M0fl?i 


Serial Nn PrRfix 


G17 


BKK 


01 7L 


BMO 


G19 


BKP 


G2a 


BMR 


G21 


AUJ 


G22 


BKO 


G23 


BKH 


G24^4C 


BMD 


G2e 


BMX 


G27 


BMY 


9 mm G17/17U19/26 





ATI 9 mm use trigger housir^ with ejector pa^ # GP 00322. 
All 9 mm use eiector part # S? 00336^ 

90^ Breech Face - Extractor # SP 00098 - SO^J'araltel Hook 
1 5" Breech Face - Extractor tf SP 018S9 - 1 S^/Parailel Hook 

40 Caliber G22/g3/24y24p/27 

AJl 40 calibefs use trigger housir^ with ejector part # SP 01S96. 
All 40 Calibers use ejector part # SP 01632 {new style). 



eO' Breech Face 
15' Breech Face 



Extractor # SP 06909 - 90^/5° 
Extractor « SP 06740 - 1 5V5" 



10 mm QS^ 

All lOmmusetriggerhousing with ejector part #SP 04431. 
All 1 mm use ejector part # SP 04340. 

90** Breech Face - Extractor # SP 05509 - gO'/ParaRel Hook 
1 5= Breech Face - Extractor # SP 06D61 - 1 5°/ParaneJ Hook 

45 ACP G21 

/Ul45ACPuselrigQef housing w«h ejector part #SP 04431. 
All 45 ACP use ejector part # SP 04340. 



90* Breech Face 
15= Breech Face 



Ship to GLOCK Smyma to be cut to 15° 
Exiractor# SP 05516 - 15°/5° 



Modified DIssassernblyTpol ■ ST D3374- Used to remove the ejector from Ihe trigger mechariism housing. 



VI 



R-eM^TpKKextr 



UPGRADE 



On pisiors subject to the firing pinsystemupgrade, you can determine if iTieupgraiJe has been conducted by checking 
(he following parts: 

Trigger with trigger bar 
Extractors 
Rring Pin 
Firing Pin Safety 
Firing Pin Safety Spring 
Spring leaded Gearing 

Ttie following is a list of serial numbers that are affected by the upgrade. We recommend that aJI pistols in the following 
serial number ranges should have the product upgrade, 

Glock 17 Pistols - Alphabetical PreHx though XG 
Glock 1 g Pistols - Alphabetical Prefix thmugh XK 
Glock 20 Pistols - Alphabetical Preflx through WX 
Glock 21 Pistols - Alphabetical Preffx through XM 
Glock 22 Pistols - ATphabetical Prefix though YB 
Glock 23 Ffstols ' Alphabetical Prefix through SL 

Air three letter prefix pistols already have the product upgrade parts. 

G2145ACP 

All pistols prior to serial number ALD should come to GLOCK to have the slide modifications, I.e. the pickup rail Is 
radiused and the right rear edge of the ejection poit is angled^ 



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MAGAZINES 



When the following magazine parts are ordered and a speciffc part number is not ^ecified, the customer must be 
contacted to find out wtiat type of magazine Js involved. FolJowing is a m of infdnnation needed in ortfer to delemiine 
exactly wtiat ttie customer needs: 

9 m/m - Ai| 

Won-Fuli Metai Uned 

Floor Rate - SP 00455 

Magazine fnsert - SP 05572 
Orange Floor Plate - SP 03373 

40 Caliber - AtJ 

Non-Full Metal Linaj 

Floor Plate - SP 00455 

Magazine Insert ' SP 05166 
Orange Floor Plate - SP 02373 

10 mm - AJi 

Non-Full MetafUnjg 

Floor Plate - SP 03941 

Magazine Insert > SP 06055 
Orange Roor Plate - SP02SB1 

4S Caliber - G21 -flll 

Non-FulT Metal Uned 

Floor Plate - SP 03941 

Magazine Insert - SP 05397 
Orange Ffoor Plate - SP 0268t 



Full MetalL ined 




Ftoor Plate 
Magazine Insert 
Ofange Floor Plate 


- SP 03206 

- SP016B3 

- SP 01294 


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Floor Plate 
Magazine insert 
Orange Floor Plate 


- SP 03206 

- SP 05166 

- SP 01294 


Full Metaf Uned 




Floor Plate 
Magazine insert 
Orar^ge Roor Ptate 


- SP 03941 

- SP 06055 

- SP 026B1 


Full Metal Lined 




Floof Plate 
Magazine Insert 
Orange Floor Plate 


- SP 03941 

- SP 05397 

- SP 02681 



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Non-Full Metal Lii^ed 

N/A 



Full Mem Lined 

Floor Plate 
Floor Plate 
Mag Insert 
Mag Insert 



SP 03941- 9 Round 
SP08169-10Round 
SP 06901 - 9 Pound 
SP 06901 -10 Round 



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MAGAZINE SPRINGS 

VVhen ordering magazine springs, you must find out wtiat model the magazines are used for and whether they are liJgh 
capacity or 10 round magazines. Following is a list of pari order numbers for magazine springs: 



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1 


Round 


G30 - SP02429 


G17 


- SP 02309 




G17L 


- SP 02309 




G19 


- SP 02316 




G20 


■ SP 02323 




GZ1 


- SP 00440 




G22 


- SP 02323 




G23 


- SP 02429 




GZ4 


- SP 02323 




G29 


- SP 02429 




G30 


- SP 02429 



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G17 


- SP 00443 


G17L 


■ SP0044B 


G19 


- SP 02429 


G20 


- SP 00448 


G21 


- SP0044B 


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- SP0044e 


G23 


< SP 02429 


G24 


- SP0044S 



The Glock Model 26/27 magazines take the same style magazine spring, pari # SP 02429. 







FOLLOWERS 


Followers 


Model 


lype 


pan# 


Marked With 


G17 


High Capacity 


SP01B12 


MM1 


G17 


1 Rouni 


SP 02183 


MM1 


Gie 


High Capacity 


SP01fl12 


MM1 


G19 


1Q Round 


SP 02183 


MM1 


G2a 


High Capacity 


SP 03945 




G20 


1 D Round 


SP 0394a 




Gil 


High Capacity 


SP 03955 




G21 


10 Rourid 


SP 03955 




G22 


High Capacity 


SP 01028 


5 


G22 


10 Round 


SP 01028 


5 


G23 


High Capacity 


SP 01028 


5 


G23 


10 Round 


SP 01028 


5 


G2e 


All Magazines 


SP 01812 


MM1 


G27 


Alt Magazines 


5PD102B 


5 


G29 


All Magazines 


SP 03948 




G30 


9 Round 


SP 03955 




Q30 


10 Round 


SP 03955 





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